Survivors and victims’ families of the mass shooting at Walmart in El Paso are calling attorneys for legal representation, even while experts say it’s still too soon to know who might face liability.
Since the Aug. 3 Texas attack, police have arrested an armed man who caused chaos at a Walmart store in Springfield, Missouri, and another who allegedly threatened Walmart customers with a pellet gun in Wilkesboro, North Carolina.
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